San Antonio conjunto music legend Flaco Jimenez played for his 80th birthday celebration Thursday evening at the Squeezebox.
High schooler Ciara Casarez has won this year’s Tejano Conjunto Festival poster contest, a first in the festival’s 38-year history.
For the first time, two San Antonians are being honored with the Texas State History Museum Foundation’s History-Making Texan Award.
This Sunday night, Dec. 31, Hemisfair is the site of the city’s 300th anniversary kickoff celebration featuring a lineup of Texas bands on two stages.
Famed Tejano musician and San Antonio native Flaco Jiménez has been added to the list of headliners for the Tricentennial’s New Year’s Eve celebration.
Some of the city’s most respected artists were honored Monday evening at the inaugural Distinction in the Arts event at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, a celebration of achievements in the arts and culture organized by the City of San Antonio’s Department for Culture and Creative Development.
Two broken ribs and a hip aren’t enough too keep Flaco Jiménez, 76, off the stage.